Resources / Screenings
Parents As Teachers National Center
Information and parenting help
Public health program designed to promote infant eye assessments within the first year of life
National Association For the Education of Young Children
Dedicated to improving the well-being of all young children
Zero to Three
Works to ensure that babies and toddlers benefit from the early connections that are critical to their well-being and development
Developmental screenings are completed on enrolled children ages 2 months to 36 months every six months.
Screenings will cover areas:
- Physical Development
- Social/Emotional Development
- Problem Solving
Parent educators work alongside parents to monitor whether or not the child is developing with the normal range based on his/her age. These screenings do not replace those that would be done as part of a regular check up with the family physician.